Removal of red skin spots (vascular) skin lesions without scarring was unthinkable a few decades ago. In the past thirty years, advances in laser technology have revolutionized the treatment of cutaneous vascular disorders and expanded the dermatologist's therapeutic armamentarium. Based on thousands of treatment sessions and follow-up evaluations, I can safely and effectively treat these vascular lesions in infancy, early childhood, or in adults with minimal pain, textural changes, pigment changes, scarring, and minimal postoperative wound care. Birthmarks such as port-wine stains (PWS), hemangiomas, lymphangioma, venous lake, cherry hemangioma, pyogenic granuloma, and warts are successful treatments. Furthermore, acne rosacea, facial erythema, facial telangiectasia, spider veins, red scars, and red stretch marks are markedly improved. Condition. We use selective lasers, fractional radiofrequency, and elos light technology. We mix and match different technologies to give the best possible results.
If your baby has a birthmark, you’ll see a spot, patch, or lump that looks different from the rest of your baby’s skin. Birthmarks come in many shapes and colors, flat or raised. You may see a spot immediately when your baby is born. Some spots appear shortly after birth. It may be the size of a pinhead or cover a large area of your child’s skin. Most birthmarks fall somewhere in between. A birthmark can be pink, red, tan, brown, or any other color. Some look like bruises. Others look like a stain on the skin. Certain birthmarks, such as a salmon patch or hemangioma, often fade independently. Others, such as moles, tend to remain on the skin for life. While you can leave most birthmarks alone, it’s essential to see a dermatologist soon after you notice a birthmark. Some birthmarks can cause a problem later. Treatment option includes selective lasers, nonselective lasers, intralesional injection, systemic medication, or surgical excision.
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